‘Muslims have been celebrating Katie Hopkins being kicked off Twitter, but pro-Palestine activist Laura Stuart asks whether the activists who were instrumental in her downfall could have some Muslims in their crosshairs as well.
The big news on social media this week has been the suspension of Katie Hopkins’ Twitter account.
Silencing Hopkins was celebrated widely by the unwary because, vile though Hopkins is, in my view she is clearly being used as a “stalking-horse” and just who the real targets are (other than the pro-Palestinian leftist George Galloway) will no doubt become more obvious in future.
Many Zionist organisations have been pushing for “online hate” to be closed down on social media, but others see this as the silencing of leftists and activists who report on Israeli abuses of Palestinians and those who expose the power of pro-Israel lobby groups who work to advantage Tel Aviv politically.’
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